Introduction.--Davison, W. T. The primary aims of the Sunday school.--Modern Biblical criticism and its bearing upon Sunday school teaching: 1. Orr, J. The Old Testament. 2. Horton, R. F. The New Testament.--The method of teaching the Bible: 1. Mitchell, A. F. The scientific v. the haphazard. 2. Garvie, A. E. The use of the Bible, or Christian edification.--Adams, J. The essential equipment of the Sunday school teacher.--Forsyth, D. Teacher training.--The International lessons: 1. Johnson, F. What have they done for Sunday schools? 2. Peake, A. S. Defects and suggested remedies. 3. Groser, W. H. The problem of lesson-selection.--Falconer, R. A. The theological college and educational leadership.--Mackenzie, W. D. The theological college and the Sunday school.--Adeney, W. F. The minister as teacher trainer.--Representatives attending the conference.--The discussions
Papers of "the Conference of Experts and Biblical Scholars held in London on October 31 and November 1, 1906, under the ægis of the Sunday School Union."